Gregorian Institute of Paris
The Gregorian Institute of Paris was a pedagogical and religious establishment founded in Paris in 1923 having in view the musicianship of
In December 1922, a congress of Gregorian chant and sacred music was organized by l'Art Catholique.
 This conference was a huge success, thanks to the support of the new Archbishop of Paris since 1920,
That is why, taking advantage of this success, the Gregorian Institute in Paris was founded under the protection of the Cardinal. Dom Joseph Gajard of Solesmes was in charge of teaching Gregorian chant there for two years, between Wednesday and Friday. Two years later, a former student of the
Just after the Institute was founded, the next congress was held. The Institute's first conference was held on 24 January 1924.
Revue grégorienne The director of the magazine was the first teacher of Gregorian chant, Dom Gajard. It was thanks in particular to the dynamism of his teacher
When they arrived in Rome in April 1964, the delegates of the Institute and its
schola were congratulated by
Presumably because of the Second Vatican Council, this institute became that same year Institut de musique liturgique, which in 1968 was finally attached to the